Kyle Jamieson Out From Series Against England, Another Major Jolt To The Kiwi Team


ENG Vs NZ: The New Zealand team, which has already lost the three-match series at the hands of England, has suffered another major setback. New Zealand’s star fast bowler Kyle Jamieson will not be available for the third and final Test. Jamieson has been ruled out of the series against England due to injury. Apart from this, the wicket-keeper batsman of the Kiwi team, Cam Fletcher, will also not be able to play the third Test due to injury.

Replacement of these two players has become a new problem for New Zealand, who lost the first two matches of the series against England. The New Zealand team issued a statement saying that Jamieson is suffering from stress reaction problems in his lower back, while Fletcher has a grade two hamstring strain.

Jamieson faced this problem while bowling on the third day of the second Test played at Trent Bridge. Jamieson was not available to field on the fourth day after that. Jamieson, however, batted in New Zealand’s second innings.

These players will become replacement

New Zealand coach Gary has made it clear that Jamieson will go home after the second Test. After this, Jamieson will rest for about 6 weeks and then start practicing. Jamieson can be seen making a comeback on the field in September-October.

The replacement of both the players is being seen by the New Zealand team. Fast bowler Blair, who was kept for the opening matches on the England tour, will replace Jamieson in the team. At the same time, Dane has been selected in the team in place of Fletcher.

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